1936 January 15 Hbg Telegraph

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1936 January 15 Hbg Telegraph  - Telega1, newspapers photo Eveleth, visited the...
Telega1, newspapers photo Eveleth, visited the State Hishwav Pa photograph are Captain Wilson C. Price, In the background are Captain of TO SPEAK HERE (HsiiiawaMiiaaHsiiilHastasiiiSssisssssHiiiiHasMa PROFESSOR C. W. FINK Professor C. W. Fink, of the De partment of economics and political phin motorist on the information of Maurice Sherman, 605 North Seventeenth street, who charged Longenecker's automobile collided with his machine at Second and Walnut streets. FALLS FROM WALL, SKULL FRACTURED His skull and right knee believed fractured in a fifteen - foot fall last night from a wall between the State Museum and the South Office Building at the Capitol, Denton Hippensteel, 19, 2123 North Sixth street, was reported in an unsatis factory condition at the Harrisburg Hospital. Accompanied by Randall Black burn, 16, 632 Peffer street; William Schaffstall, 17, 326 Peffer street, and Clayton Newmyer, 18, 2138 Atlas street, Denton was returning to his home after a basket ball game at City Hall when he slipped and lost his balance while playing on the wall. Frank Hawbecker. 8 - year - old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hawbaker, 324 Third street, West Fairview, injured in a fall from a moving automobile at Wormleysburg, was also held under observation at the hospital suffering from cuts of the scalp and a possible fracture of the skull. Physicians said his condi tion is satisfactory. 4 VETERANS PRESENTED WORLD WAR FLAGS BY M0RLEY BAKER A stand of flags of World War Allied Nations was presented to Capital Chapter No. 11, Military The total assessed Harrisburg real estate is according to the City Assessor James released for publication 1936 tax rate is based The increase over $84,205 for improvements, crease as $235,085, tions ana razed buildings. The heaviest loss property values was ward, $222,450, and by the razing of ings for parking lot uunng the year, by the Seiler School Pennsylvania Power and were put on the accounted for a $25,190 Total assessed value steady decline since 1 200 WILL FIREMETTS More than 200 Southeastern Firemen's which comprises seven be guests at a .Cumberland County sociation tomorrow o'clock in the Citizen's Company building, New nenry Rich, Marietta, of a firemen's db me guest Beckley a member of welcome the guests. A program will be ranged by Jesse Stone, New Cumberland Fire FIVE PASTORS The general

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 15 Jan 1936, Wed,
  3. Page 9

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